07:45 - 3rdWorld For eg. I can see for you "Registered as AmboasMetalhead".
07:43 - 3rdWorld Meh, you never seem to pay attention to anything you read cynic. Place your cursor over the username and pause for a second i.e just hover over it for a moment. You will get a "Registered as" tiny popup message.
07:23 - Cynic Metalhead Where you seeing "Registered as"?! You can see the "registered date" with country, last seen online, posts and points. No way I can see members' former names' mentioned there.
After releasing their new EP, Fires In The North, Leaves' Eyes have debuted the first video from it recently. It's the symphonic metallers' first release with new vocalist Elina Siirala. Apart from three songs from the band's latest album, King Of Kings, in new versions, the title track is a brand new song. That is precisely the track for which the band created a video, now available for your viewing pleasure right here.
Leaves' Eyes, now fronted by singer Elina Siirala, recently unveiled the cover artwork, tracklist and release date for their next release, the EP titled Fires In The North. The artwork was done by their friend Stefan Heilemann. The EP was produced by Alexander Krull at Mastersound Studio. The title track is a brand new song, featured in both a regular and an acoustic version. In addition, the EP includes three songs from the band's latest album King Of Kings in new versions (featuring Elina on vocals).
If you have been following the latest drama in Leaves' Eyes, you know that they are now fronted by new singer Elina Siirala, who replaces the original vocalist Liv Kristine. Apart from a few live appearances, you can now check out the new singer in action on the band's new video clip directed by Rainer ZIPP Fränzen for the tune "Edge Of Steel" from their latest record. What do you think about the new singer?
As it turns out, Liv Kristine's departure from Leaves' Eyes is getting ugly. The band and now former singer are involved in a war of words. After the initial announcement where no explanation was given for the split and vocalist change, now Liv Kristine has spoken about it via Facebook, saying she was booted out of the band. The band, however, has responded and says that this was decided by all members. Also, it seems that legal actions are in process. There are always two sides to every story.
Leaves' Eyes just announced that Norwegian singer and founding member Liv Kristine is not part of the band anymore. This is a major change as she was always the frontwoman and a songwriter of the band. She is being replaced by Elina Siirala, a Finnish vocalist living in London. They have announced her as their new singer without much explaining about why they part ways with Liv Kristine.
Leaves' Eyes fans can now hear more material from the band's newest album. They have just released the official lyric video for the title song of the album, "King Of Kings". King Of Kings is out now in Europe and will be released in North America this Friday (September 18th) through AFM Records. Enjoy the video below which is also much more than just a lyric video.
There is another new song from Leaves' Eyes available for streaming today. After showing us the new track "Halvdan The Black" before, the symphonic unit has officially released a brand new epic video clip for "The Waking Eye". "The Waking Eye" is also available as digital single. Enjoy the Vikings! How do you like the song?
Leaves' Eyes have released a new video! As you probably know, the symphonic metal group is releasing a new album called King Of Kings soon. The first taste of the record is available in Leaves' Eyes new videoclip for "Halvdan The Black", showing a collage of impressions from the tours and festivals they did around the globe filmed in North America, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America, Russia and Asia! Enjoy the video and the new music.
Leaves' Eyes will be showcasing their new album King Of Kings on a string of European tour dates. The symphonic metallers will present their new songs live on stage. The upcoming album King Of Kings will be out on the 4th of September 2015. More dates to be announced soon but for now there are confirmed shows in Germany, Italy, France, The Netherlands, U.K. and more.
Leaves' Eyes have some good news today! The symphonic metallers have revealed that their new album will be called King Of Kings. The album was recorded in Germany, Norway, England, The Netherlands, Belarus and Switzerland and is produced by Alexander Krull at Mastersound Studio. They have also announced guest appearances like the London Voices Choir (Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, The Hobbit, Harry Potter) and the concept behind the record. King Of Kings will be out on September 2015. Mark your calendars!
Leaves' Eyes are back in the studio! The symphonic metallers are working on the follow-up to Symphonies Of The Night (2013) and the recordings are taking place at Mastersound Studio. The band has posted a photo today of singer Liv Kristine in the studio and updated on the new record. You can expect the album later this year already.
Whoever is going to the Metal Female Voices Fest this year is in for a treat, especially Leaves' Eyes fans. The symphonic metallers will celebrate their 10th anniversary at Metal Female Voices Festival 2014 in Belgium with a special show Hymns Of A Decade, including a big stage set, pyros, visual effects and guests. Leaves' Eyes will even play brand new material from the upcoming album. Check out the official trailer for the special show on October 18th, 2014.
"Hell To The Heavens", the new video from Leaves' Eyes, has recently made its premiere online and can now be watched here. The song comes from the symphonic metallers new album, Symphonies Of The Night, which is about to be released. The video clip was directed by Rainer Zipp Fränzen (Und Action). How do you like it?
The official trailer for Symphonies Of The Night, the new album from symphonic metallers Leaves' Eyes, has been released and can be enjoyed below. But that is not all. There is also a brand new track called "Hell To The Heavens" available for streaming via Soundcloud. This is the song that opens the album. How do you like it?